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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Nov 17, 2011 Volume 37, Number 3

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. When You Come to a Fork in the Road, Take It: Teaching Social Work Practice Using Blended Learning

    Catherine de Boer, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Sandra Campbell, Renison University College at the University of Waterloo; Angela Hovey & Angela Hovey, Pace Consulting Group, Pace Homecare, Pace Physiotheraphy

    The debates surrounding the effectiveness of teaching social work online highlight the challenges of adequately preparing students for face-to-face practice by way of web-based technologies. The... More

  2. Technology Integration Preparedness and its Influence on Teacher-Efficacy

    Coleen Moore-Hayes & Coleen Moore-Hayes, Cape Breton University

    Recent inquiry has identified the establishment of positive self-efficacy beliefs as an important component in the overall process of successfully preparing new teachers for the classroom.... More

  3. An Extended Systematic Review of Canadian Policy Documents on e-Learning: What We’re Doing and Not Doing

    Eugene Borokhovski & Robert Bernard, Concordia University; Erin Mills, Canadian Council on Learning; Philip Abrami & C Wade, Concordia University; Rana Tamim, Hamdan Bin Mohammad e-University; Edward Bethel, Concordia University; Gretchen Lowerison, Coreidea Innovation Inc.; David Pickup, Michael Surkes & Michael Surkes, Concordia University

    This systematic review builds upon the work of Authors (2006) and McGreal and Anderson (2007). It seeks to provide a synthesis and discussion of publicly available government policy documents with ... More

  4. The Impact of a Collaborative Wiki Assignment on Teaching and Learning in a Teacher Education Program

    Vanessa Bravo, Michael Young & Michael Young, University of Connecticut

    This study explored students’ perceptions and behaviors of public wiki use during a collaborative Wikipedia assignment in a graduate technology and literacy education course. Results confirmed that... More

  5. Debate as a Teaching Strategy in Online Education: A Case Study

    Caroline Park, Cheryl Kier, Kam Jugdev & Kam Jugdev, Athabasca University

    This reflective case study was based on our independent use of the debate as an online instructional approach and our shared interest in instructional techniques. Using narrative inquiry, we melded... More

  6. Épreuves informatisées des indicateurs des savoirs essentiels en lecture pour élèves francophones au début du primaire (INDISSE)

    Lise Saint-Laurent, Jocelyne Giasson & Jocelyne Giasson, Université Laval, Québec

    Cet article présente des épreuves informatisées en lecture pour les élèves francophones de la maternelle et le début du primaire, les Indicateurs dynamiques des savoirs essentiels en lecture ... More

  7. Editorial/Éditorial

    Heather Kanuka & Heather Kanuka, University of Alberta

  8. An Extended Systematic Review of Canadian Policy Documents on e-Learning: What We’re Doing and Not Doing

    Eugene Borokhovski, Robert Bernard, Erin Mills, Philip Abrami, C Wade, Rana Tamim, Edward Bethel, Gretchen Lowerison, David Pickup & Michael Surkes

    This systematic review builds upon the work of Authors (2006) and McGreal and Anderson (2007). It seeks to provide a synthesis and discussion of publicly available government policy documents with ... More